Friday, July 8, 2016


Before he became Antonio, one of the 20th centuries leading fashion illustrators, Tony Lopez was a kid that I worked with designing FIT's yearbook (no I'm not telling you what year). He was a nice guy that went on to do great work for top magazines, newspapers and many clients throughout the 60's, 70's and 80's.

To quote sources from the University of Texas "representation of men and women dressed in high couture are imbued with playfulness and pleasure and contribute to the selling of the image and clothing".

This extensive exhibition dubbed Future Funk Fashion is now on view at El Museo Del Barrio at 1230 Fifth Avenue until November 26th.  For more information call 212-831-7272.

This is not to be missed.


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